About the author

Alison Law

Alison is a college student and writer passionate about the environment, fashion, animals and coffee.


The Phenomenon of SuperMeat

By Alison Law / March 4, 2021

Companies around the world have found a way of producing meat by the culture of the animal’s cells. Could this spread worldwide and become a sustainable meat substitute? What is SuperMeat?   SuperMeat was founded in 2015 by an Israeli company that strived to create cultured chicken made from the cell tissue of this animal. […]


Climate Today: Why we should be concerned

By Alison Law / March 1, 2021

The climate today is in critical condition. We ask ourselves how soon will we see the effects of climate change and when will they take place? Today, we already see the consequences that the Earth has to face due to the change in our climate’s temperature. We see patterns that are caused by human activity: […]


The Power of Eckhart Tolle’s Books

By Alison Law / February 26, 2021

Eckhart Tolle is an influential spiritual teacher and author of life-changing books, such as The Power of Now and A New Earth. Eckhart Tolle’s teachings allow us to evaluate our own lives and grow through his words as they make us acknowledge and question what is important. Not only does his instructions give us the […]


The Villainisation of Female Celebrities

By Alison Law / February 24, 2021

Female celebrities have faced uncalled abuse, misogyny, and belittling by the press. So much that for years, numerous people have negative perceptions of these women. These perceptions were built off what they saw on a headline. Society’s obsession with celebrities and their downfalls is colossal. As we see today, these headlines were vicious patterns used […]


The Practice of Tarot Card Reading

By Alison Law / February 22, 2021

The reading of Tarot Cards is a beautiful practice that has been around for almost a thousand years. Have you ever been curious about these cards or iffy on whether you should buy a deck? There are many people who are interested in the practice that are unsure of where to start or if they […]


What Women Don’t Owe You Pretty Taught Me

By Alison Law / February 19, 2021

22-year-old feminist, artist, and author, Florence Given, has gained major popularity, specifically in 2020. She has done tremendous work helping and educating people on feminist topics. Her work has been life-changing for people. In June 2020, she released her first book, Women Don’t Owe You Pretty. This book has helped thousands of people, transforming their […]


90s inspired fashion looks

By Alison Law / February 18, 2021

The 90s was full of different styles that expressed different personalities and characters from this era. We have grunge, girly, on-trend, and even Princess Diana’s iconic casual looks that are still obsessed over to this day.  Where to get 90s style clothing Vintage stores and Depop shops are amazing for finding 90s inspired bits, and, […]


Fleetwood Mac Songs that tell a story

By Alison Law / February 16, 2021

From the dancey, fairy-like music that leaves you feeling opalescent to heart-broken with their tear provoking melodies that reflect on our love for Stevie and Lindsey. Fleetwood Mac’s music tells stories of many, their life experiences and narratives that multiple can relate to. Their songs are meaningful and full of symbolism. Nature plays a major […]


Will Oasis get back together?

By Alison Law / February 14, 2021

Rock-and-roll band of the 90s, Oasis, had gone their separate ways in 2009. With hints from Liam Gallagher, will the iconic band Oasis come back together in 2022? With Liam Gallagher always throwing things out on Twitter, could it be true that he is calling for a reunion?    With the tension between the two […]


Top 5 Nostalgic Movies from the 90s/00s

By Alison Law / February 12, 2021

These nostalgic movies from the 90s/00s remind us of high school drama, the comedic reflection of how we acted, cliques, and the strive for popularity. However, these particular films share valuable lessons that teach us that individuality is more significant than any of that.    10 Things I Hate About You 10 Things I Hate […]

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